CHANGING the nappy of a wriggling baby can be a stressful experience.
But one mum has come up with a brilliant hack to make the process quicker and easier.
Instead of having the nappies and the nappy bags separate, the mum has come up with a simple but brilliant idea of having a bag ready with a clean nappy inside[/caption]
She then loads the nappy-filled bags into a box, alongside baby wipes, so they’re ready to use[/caption]
Instead of having the nappies and nappy bags separate, she spends some time loading up each bag with a nappy so that it’s ready to go.
She then puts a pack of wipes in the box with the bags, and her hack is complete.
“Keep out of the reach of children because of suffocation with the bags,” she added as a warning on her TikTok video.
While she’d turned comments off on the video, viewers were quick to show their appreciation for the hack by hitting the like button, and the clip has had over 25,000 views since it was posted.
Another annoying thing that can make the nappy change process difficult is when you go to grab a baby wipe, and end up pulling 10 out of the pack at the same time.
But TikTok user Amber – a mum of two daughters from Ontario, Canada, posted an ingenious trick, which involves placing a band at one end of the pack of wipes.
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Then, when opening the centre of the pack and pulling, the band prevents more than a single wipe coming out each time.
“I love this parenting hack!” Amber wrote, with her video quickly attracting thousands of comments from grateful mums.
“You are a GODSEND,” one wrote, while another added: “OMG! This is the best hack I’ve ever seen!”
“So you mean at 3 in the morning I won’t have to try and grab one wipe and then shake the bag angrily until it falls on the ground?” another mum hilariously wrote.
And dads were equally grateful for the hack, with one commenting: “Genius!!! I’ve been dealing with this issue for years.”
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